Andersen, Tate & Carr to defend Gwinnett County Commissioner Kevin Kenerly on bribery indictment   Leave a comment

Earlier today, Pat McDonough and Trinity Hundredmark, attorneys for Gwinnett County Commissioner Kevin Kenerly, notified Governor Sonny Perdue of Kenerly’s decision to voluntarily suspend himself from office, effective immediately.

 “Though Commissioner Kenerly’s first instinct was to continue to work to represent the citizens of District 4 until the end of his term, Kevin came to realize that this matter has become an unnecessary distraction for the County staff, his fellow commissioners, and the citizens of Gwinnett County” said Pat McDonough.

“By voluntarily suspending himself, the Gwinnett County Commission can to move forward and finish the rest of this year without any more distractions.  In turn, Kevin can focus all of his energies on taking care of his family and responding to the pending charges.” said McDonough.

 Kevin Kenerly was first elected to the Gwinnett County Board of Commissioners in 1994 and was ultimately elected to a total of 4 consecutive terms. Kenerly represents District 4, which includes the northern part of Gwinnett County including the cities of Braselton, Lawrenceville, Buford, and Sugar Hill.

Mr. McDonough recently appeared on Fox5 News regarding his defense of Mr. Kenerly

Pat McDonough is a partner with the law firm Andersen, Tate & Carr, P.C. in Duluth, Georgia.


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